GoatThroat Manual

Operation

Manual

Liquid

Compatibility

Guide

The hand-pressurized precision pump that handles

anything!

Warning: Not all liquids and containers are safe for use with this pump. To reduce risk of injury, rread and follow these instructions:

Liquids

• Use pump only with approved liquids as specified in Pump Compatibility

Guide (up-to-date guide available on our web site). When replacing seals, always use the same type approved for use with your pump (see page 3).

Improper use of pumps or seals will void all warranties, stated or implied.

• Do not dispense liquids at temperatures above 110ºF (43ºC).

• Before use, clearly mark pump with name of liquid to be dispensed. Clean pump thoroughly before using with another liquid.

• Rinse pump periodically when not in frequent use.

Containers

• Use pump only with undamaged containers in good condition capable of maintaining an internal pressure of 10 pounds per square inch (psi). Do not use with thin-walled or damaged containers (see page 3).

• Release pressure before removing pump from container (see page 10).

• Do not leave the container pressurized while the pump is not in use.

• Remove pump and seal container before moving or transporting containers.

• Check internal pressure relief valve frequently (see page 5). Do not use pump if pressure relief valve is defective.

General cautions

• Exercise caution when mixing liquids, especially hazardous chemicals.

• Always wear appropriate protective equipment when working with potentially hazardous substances.

• Do not burn discarded seals or other pump components. Check local health, safety and environmental codes and follow proper disposal procedures.

• Do not disassemble pump except to replace parts as shown on pages 16 - 19 of this manual. Any further disassembly may damage the pump and will void your warranty.

Molykote is a registered trademark of Dow Corning Corporation.

Rieke Flex Spout is a registered trademark of Rieke Packaging Systems

Viton is a registered trademark of DuPont Dow Elastomers.

Entire contents © 2008 Westcott Distribution, Inc. All rights reserved. Printed in USA.

Operation

Manual

Liquid

Compatibility

The hand-pressurized pump that handles anything!

Guide

Contents

About the pumps ..........................................2

Liquid compatibility guidelines ..................3

Container compatibility guidelines ............3

Assembly & inspection..................................4

Pump operation ..............................................9

Manual pressure release..............................10

Accessory Instructions

Remote DischargeNozzle ............................11

Shop Air Adapter..........................................12

Optional Accessories

......................13 -15

Maintenance

Flushing & cleaning ....................................16

Maintenance inspections ............................16

Replacing tap washers & O-rings..............17

Replacing piston O-rings ............................18

Replacing drum seals ..................................19

Trouble Shooting Guide

Troubleshooting New Installation ............20

Troubleshooting Existing Installation ......21

Parts Diagram

..........................................22

Liquid Compatibitity Guide

......24 -29

Assembly & Operation

About the pumps

Constructed of 100% non-reactive polypropylene, the pumps are engineered for maximum safety and durability. Four models are available to handle almost any liquid — petroleum products, acids, caustics, solvents and even the most aggressive industrial chemicals and pesticides.

The pump can be installed in seconds and can be quickly moved from container to container. Siphon tubes are adjustable from 12 to 40 inches to fit most common container sizes. The pump can be used on containers with either externally or internally threaded neck openings.

How it works

The pump works by pressurizing a container. To dispense liquids, simply open the tap. A few strokes of the plunger can pressurize any container from 2-gallon jugs to 55-gallon drums.

One-touch flow control dispenses liquids at a controlled rate to prevent waste, conserve inventory, and produces precisely measured amounts every time. Flow can be continuous, or adjusted to dispense liquids at any rate up to 4.5 gallons per minute, depending on viscosity.

Safety features

The pumps have two safeguards to prevent overpressurization:

• An external pressure release valve can be opened to vent pressure manually before removing the pump from a container.

• As an additional safeguard, an internal pressure relief valve automatically opens if container pressure exceeds 8 psi.

The pump is repairable

Do not throw this pump away. Properly serviced, the pump will last for years.

See trouble shooting guide for common problems. O-ring replacement kits and other parts are available from your dealer should you need them.

Operating parameters

Pressure 2-8 psi nominal, 8 psi maximum

Operating Temperature

Storage Temperature

Siphon tube length

Container neck size

Maximum flow rates at 68ºF

Viscosity Range

Drum seal sizes

32º to 110ºF (0º to 43ºC)

-4º to 122ºF (-20º to 50ºC)

9” to 40” (230 mm to 920 mm)

Small seal..............1.8-2.0” (44.4-52 mm)

Medium seal ........2.0-2.2” (52.5-56 mm)

Large seal..............2.2-2.4” (56.5-60 mm)

Water ....................4.5 gallons per minute

Oil (SAE 30)..........1.0 gallons per minute

Best up to 2000 SSU, 270 CP, 300 CST

Small seal......1.8” (44.4 mm) Medium seal ........2.0 (52.5 mm)

Large seal.....2.25” (56.5 mm)

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Assembly & Operation

Liquid compatibility guidelines

The pumps are available in four models. Each is color-coded to indicate its type and compatibility with various substances.

Before use, you must check the Pump Compatibility Guide to choose the proper model for use with substances you intend to dispense. The guide lists all substances compatible with each pump model. Please review our website for the most current information.

RED Nitrile drum seals, for use with most oils and petroleum-based liquids

BLUE

BLACK

GREEN

Ethylene propylene drum seals (EPDM), for use with general purpose chemicals

Santoprene

® drum seals

For special applications only (see Pump

Compatibility Guide)

Viton ® drum seals, for aggressive chemicals, acids and solvents

WARNING: Use of a pump with any non-approved substances may damage the pump and could cause risk of personal injury resulting from exposure to potentially hazardous substances.

Container compatibility guidelines

The following guidelines must be observed for safe operation. Failure to follow these guidelines may result in container rupture and potentially hazardous spiills.

• The pumps must be properly fitted to containers in good condition, and capable of withstanding an internal pressure of 10 psi. Contact the container manufacturer if you are not certain that it can withstand this pressure.

• Do not use the pumps with rusty, corroded or damaged containers.

Exercise caution when using the pumps with plastic containers, which may have thin walls or may have become brittle as a result of age or exposure to sunlight.

• Thin-walled containers may bulge or deform when pressurized. To reduce the risk of potentially hazardous spillage, always use external walled containers inside an external container before pressurizing.

• Container neck openings must be smooth, with no sharp edges, and capable of withstanding the force of the expanding drum seal.

• Fittings are available to adapt most containers for use with these pumps. Please see page 13 for more information.

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Assembly & Operation

Check package contents

After unpacking, check to make sure your package includes all parts listed below in undamaged condition. Do not use the pump if any parts are missing or damaged.

• Pump..........................................1

• Drum seals ................................1 or 3, depending on model **

• Standoff ....................................1

• Siphon tube segments ............4

• Siphon tube connectors ..........3

• Siphon tube foot piece ............1

**Standard models come with medium size drum seal (2.0”) which fit the

Standoff. To fit other containers, large (2.25”) and small (1.81”) drum seals are available from your dealer.

Pump inspection

To help ensure safe and reliable operation, the following inspections should be performed each time the pump is fitted to a container:

• New pump contamination check: A new pump may need special treatment before use to preserve chemical purity. Silicone lubricants are applied to some pump parts during manufacture. If you intend to dispense solvents which could dissolve this lubricant, the pump should be cleaned and flushed with the solvent before initial use. (see page 16)

• Used pump contamination check: If the pump has previously been used, it should be flushed and cleaned thoroughly to prevent potential contamination or a dangerous reaction. (see page 16)

• Drum seal inspection: Inspect the drum seal to make sure it is in good condition. The seal should be replaced if it shows any signs of damage or deterioration.

• Tap operation check: Test the tap for proper operation as shown below. The tap should remain in free-flow position until manually closed. When closed, the tap piston should travel freely to the fully closed position.

Open tap fully

Close tap fully

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Assembly & Operation

• Internal pressure relief check: Pick up the pump and place one hand over the Manifold inlet (bottom) so that it is sealed with firm pressure. Grasp the

Piston top with the other hand and pull out the Piston to the end of its travel. Push the Piston in to create pump pressure against the hand sealing the

Manifold. This pressure should occur within the first 1/2 inch of plunger travel. No air leaking sound should be heard from the pump.

How the pump operates

When you screw the drum seal expander clockwise, the drum seal is compressed between the bottom lip of the pump and the retaining ring. This produces a “donut” which pushes against the wall of your container for an air tight fit. Air leaks at any point in the system will reduce the pump’s effectiveness. Pressure is added using the piston on top of the pump. Opening the tap lets the fluid flow.

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Assembly & Operation

Pump assembly

Please read all instructions thoroughly before beginning assembly. We have found this to be of great value when assembling your first pump.

Pump standoff

If using the pump with a 20, 30 or a 55 Gallon container with 2” npt opening, please use the provided 4” standoff kit. Without it, the spout can hit the edge of the container. Use of the

Standoff will also give the drum seal a much longer life.

1

Install Standoff or other fittings, follow instructions on the packaging.

2 Select and fit drum seal

Measure container neck and fit appropriate size seal for opening, standoff or specialty adapter to pump. (see page 7 for further details).

3 Assemble siphon tube

Measure container depth and assemble siphon tube segments as needed.

Segments can be cut. Tubes and connectors must be assembled tightly together.

4 Fit foot piece to siphon tube

Attach foot piece to bottom length of siphon tube (portion nearest bottom of container). This piece helps prevent clogging and maintains proper fluid flow.

5 Determine final length of tube

Final assembled length should be cut to

1/2 inch higher than the top of fitting or drum so that tube is wedged firmly between pump and the bottom of the container when installed. Failure to do so may result in loss of siphon tube in drum. First pump segment must be inserted and then twisted at least 1 inch into pump body to secure it.

CAUTION: Insert siphon tube as far as it will go into the pump, and join all parts tightly and securely so the siphon assembly cannot come apart inside the container.

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Drum seal

Siphon tube segment

Segment connector

Foot piece

Installing drum seal on the pump

Assembly & Operation

Drum seals are provided in one or three sizes depending on the model you have. Be sure to choose the size seal which most closely fits the container opening, standoff or other specialty fitting. If none of the three sizes can form a tight seal, the container cannot be used with pump.

Drum seal sizes

Small seal......1.8” (44.4 mm) Medium seal ........2.0 (52.5 mm)

Large seal.....2.25” (56.5 mm)

1

Select drum seal which is the closest fit to the opening on the container, standoff, buttress or other fitting.

2

Apply grease to pump lip

Apply a very small amount of

Molykote 111 or other silicone grease to the bottom lip to improve ease of installation of drum seal.

For clean room installation, do not use grease. Soak drum seal in hottest water available for 2-5 minutes until it is pliable.

3

Make sure drum seal expander is fully retracted.

4

Put the drum seal on

Push the drum seal completely over the lip. Make sure the seal rests on top of the lip and flush to the retaining disk. Sometimes, using the palm of the hand to push the seal on gives the best results.

You will have to push quite hard to get the seal over the lip. The rubber will not break. Squeeze the drum seal around the lip to seat it completely on top of the lip.

Expander

Lip

Apply grease

WARNING: The drum seal must be completely on the top of the lip or the pump won’t work.

Remove any visible grease or liquid from the drum seal, lip and wall of adapter or container opening to prevent the pump from unintentionally ejecting out of the container when pressure is added.

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Assembly & Operation

Fit pump to container, standoff or other fitting

Before fitting the pump to any container or fitting, make sure both the drum seal and the container neck or fitting opening are clean and free of contaminants or grease that could prevent an air-tight seal or allow pumps to slip out after adding pressure.

1 Loosen drum seal expander

Loosen seal expander completely (turn fully counterclockwise).

Seal expander

2 Insert pump

Insert drum seal fully into standoff, container neck opening or other fitting.

Make sure siphon tube is long enough to firmly extend from the bottom of the container to 1/2 inch above standoff or container opening.

Drum seal

3 Tighten collar

Keeping pump firmly pressed down, tighten seal expander until firmly fitted to container neck opening.

4 Check fit

Check fit by attempting to gently pull the pump up and away from the container. If properly fitted, the pump should remain firmly attached.

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Assembly & Operation

Pump operation

Maintain a slow, smooth pumping action to build up pressure in the container.

Liquid can be dispensed in small amounts by manually controlling the tap, or dispensed in a continuous flow by leaving the tap in the fully open position. If tap leaks or sticks in open position, inspect tap washer and O-ring for wear and replace if worn (see page 16 - 18).

1

Pump slowly to pressurize container

2

Open tap to dispense liquid

3

Close tap to stop liquid flow

Add pressure to maintain fluid flow

As the fluid is dispensed, the volume of the fluid goes down. As the fluid volume goes down, the space for the air is increased. Therefore, add air to keep the pressure up and the fluid flowing

For most liquids in smaller containers, only a few strokes will produce sufficient pressure to maintain a steady flow. More viscous fluids, or liquids in larger containers, may require 10-20 strokes or more.

The pump can pressurize a container to a maximum of 8 psi. As a safety precaution, all pumps are fitted with an internal pressure relief valve that will open automatically if pressure exceeds 8 psi.

A slight loss in container pressure over time is normal. However, in normal circumstances, about half of the initial pressure should be maintained for up to 60 minutes after the container is pressurized.

To help maintain cleanliness of the pump and chemical, the pump should be left fitted to the container until it is empty

.

WARNINGS:

• After you stop dispensing, please tap the spout to release small drops of fluid held by vacuum.

• Do not lean over a pressurized container. If improperly fitted, the drum seal could become loose during use, ejecting the pump with potentially hazardous force.

• Keep containers away from heat sources. Exposure to heat or sunlight may increase container pressure and cause unexpected release of liquid when the tap is opened. Never use with liquids at temperatures above 110ºF (43ºC).

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Assembly & Operation

Manual pressure release

A manual pressure release valve on the side of the pump can be opened to vent pressure. Pressure must be released before removing the pump from a container.

When the pump is not in use, pressure should be released and the tap valve should be left fully closed to help prevent accidental spillage.

Turn counterclockwise to release pressure

Turn clockwise to close valve completely after releasing pressure

To remove pump from container

To remove the pump, release pressure as shown above, then loosen the drum seal expander and pull the pump and siphon tube out of the container.

Always release

pressure first before removing pump

WARNINGS:

• Do not attempt to remove the pump from a pressurized container.

• Do not move or transport any container with the pump attached. Remove pump and seal container before moving.

• Always exercise caution when working with toxic substances. During pressure release, high concentrations of potentially hazardous vapors may be released.

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Accessory Instructions

Using the remote discharge nozzle

If the pump is fitted with an optional remote discharge tap, always close the tap immediately after use. When the tap is open, liquid could be siphoned from the container if the nozzle is held lower than the level of liquid in the container.

To avoid accidental spills, always drain the extension hose after use.

3

Lift extension nozzle and open tap to drain hose

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1

Always release

pressure first before removing pump

2

Loosen seal collar

4

Lift pump to raise siphon above fluid level if desired

Accessory Instructions

Using the pump with shop air

Adapters are available to use the pump with shop air, compressors, and bottled air.

To install and operate

1. Remove the pressure relief valve cap from the side of your pump.

2. Install attached O-ring on the tap body where the pressure cap was.

3. Screw the adapter on in place of the cap. Keep the cap in a safe place.

4. Make sure the air regulator adjustment knob is completely closed.

5. Connect air hose from shop air or compressor to adapter.

6. Lift knob on regulator and turn clockwise to 1 PSI, then gradually increase to 2 PSI. Your container may swell slightly from the presure.

Release knob to drop and lock in place.

7. If you want a faster flow or if fluid is to be delivered above 6' vertical, increase pressure to 4 - 6 PSI.

8. The external safety relief valve will open automatically if air pressure exceeds 6-7 PSI. If this happens please reduce air pressure and close the safety relief valve completely.

9. If supplied, use anti-tamper kit to prevent over-pressurizing vessels.

To remove

1. Close airflow completely.

2. Disconnect air hose from adapter.

3. Open the safety relief valve on the system manually by pulling up, and wait for air pressure to be released.

4. Shut off regulator.

5. Unscrew the adapter from the pump, including the O-ring.

6. Replace the pressure cap.

Put O-ring on Pressure

Release on Pump

Body where pressure cap was.

Safety

Relief

Valve

Regulator Adjustment

Knob

1/4” Air Hose

Quick Connect

0-14 PSI

Pressure Gauge

PVC Adaptor

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Optional Accessories

Remote Discharge Tap

Remote Discharge Taps are available for point of use delivery of liquids. All standard hoses are PVC. We offer specialty hose selections for fluids not compatible with PVC including FEP lined tubing, Tygon 2075 and Tygon 4040.

O-ring Repair Kit

Just the essential O-ring and other necessary elastomeric parts are available for all user-accessible parts in Nitrile, EPDM, Santoprene and

Viton.

Single Siphon Tube

This seamless 38-inch tube is recommended for oily or very viscous fluids.

Standard tubing can allow viscous fluids to leak, or admit air at joined sections.

The seamless tube assures a smooth, uncontaminated flow.

GT Filter Pak

This kit allows for screening of fluids with an 80 x 80 stainless 304 mesh. Kits are available in

Nitrile, EPDM and Viton.

12 Inch Standoff

The 12-inch standoff allows the receiving container to be placed on top of the drum for easier transfer.

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Optional Accessories

Buttress Adapters

You may have containers which have a coarse thread - such as you see here.

The drum seals are not pliable enough to work with these large threads. There are buttress adapters for these special openings: 2.25" for most Asian manufactured drums, 2.5" for most U.S. drums, and 2.75" for most European drums.

These adapters are sold with a large oring to assist with the seal on the container.

Rieke

®

Flex Spout

®

Adapter

This adapter allows the pumps to be used on containers which feature a Rieke ®

FlexSpout

®

. This eliminates tipping of the container and associated spill hazards.

Supplied with Nitrile washer as standard,

EPDM and Viton ® washers are also available.

Spout Reducer

This adapter allows easy filling of containers with small necks.

Sprayer Wand

Sprayer wands are ideal for applying biocides, rust inhibitors, deodorizers or degreasing agents in manufacturing plants, and for the application of fertilizers, hormones and pesticides to plants in greenhouses, fruit groves and fields. Use with the shop air adapter if applying more than 5 feet away from the drum.

Supplied with viton o-rings as standard, nitrile and EPDM orings are available from your dealer.

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2.5” Adapter

2.25” Adapter

Optional Accessories

Shop Air/Compressor Adapter

Featuring a pressure regulator and an external pressure safety valve, the compressor setup connects to a standard ½" quick disconnect hose and delivers fluids at up to 4.5 gallons per minute with a working pressure of only 2 - 4 PSI.

GT Multi-Pump System

Designed to expand capability and streamline operations where multiple process chemicals are dispensed, the GT Multi-Pump Dispensing

System allows simultaneous multiple liquid transfer stations to operate from a single compressor line with only 2 - 6 psi. The basic system can handle up to four pumps simultaneously, and additional system components can be added to meet any requirement.

GT Anti-Tamper Kit

The GT Anti-Tamper Kit prevents unintentional over-pressurization of containers when using the Shop Air Adapter or GT Multi-Pump System.

GTMulti-Pump System

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GT Anti-Tamper Kit

Maintenance

Flushing and cleaning

After use, the pump may be flushed and cleaned to use with other liquids.

Always make sure the flushing agent used is compatible with any fluids previously dispensed and with fluids you intend to dispense.

Never use abrasives to clean any portion of the pump. To clean the exterior of the pump, use a cloth dampened with a mild solution of detergent and water.

After cleaning, allow the pump to dry in air away from direct sunlight, heat, grease and other potential contaminants.

To Clean:

Wearing gloves, remove all tubes from pump and turn the pump upside down. Open the tap, and run water or other neutralizing fluid through the center of the pumps. Fluid will come out of the tap.

CAUTION: Do not burn discarded seals or other pump components. Check local health, safety and environmental codes and follow proper disposal procedures. Always dispose of hazardous waste or contaminated liquids in a proper fashion.

Maintenance inspections

The pump should be inspected at least every 2-3 months to ensure safe and efficient operation (see page 5). If unused for more than 3 months, the pump must be visually inspected and the O-rings lubricated with Molykote ® 111 compound.

Replacing tap washers and O-rings

Periodically check tap washer and O-rings (both at the tap and at the pressure release valve) for wear, and replace if necessary. A replacement kit containing both O-rings and a tap washer is available from your dealer. After installing a new O-ring, smear a small amount of Molykote 111 lubricant around the ring and the adjacent area.

Tap piston

Tap O-ring

Tap washer

Tap screw cap

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Maintenance

Replacing tap washers and O-rings, continued

1

Unscrew tap valve screw cap.

2

Remove tap washer and/or o-ring with small, flat-headed screwdriver.

3

Pre-heat the rubber washer in boiling water to reduce the risk of damage. Fit the washer to the tap piston by finger manipulation or tools. Take care not to split the rubber washer.

If the rubber is split, remove and replace with a serviceable one.

4

Fit the valve piston o-ring to the valve piston. Place a very light smear of siliicone grease on the oring. Do not use grease for clean room operations.

5

Slip the valve piston assembly back into the tap body. Ensure that the o-ring is not pinched when assembling. Rotate the piston until the guides are engaged. Push the piston until it is fully seated in the bore. Screw the cap home, being careful not to cross-thread the cap and the tap body. Do not overtighten the cap.

6

Operate the tap to ensure free movement of the tap piston.

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Maintenance

Replacing piston O-rings

Periodically check the piston O-ring for wear, and replace if necessary.

Replacement O-rings are available from your dealer.

1

Remove 4 screws, then remove cap and piston from pump

2

Use flat head screwdriver to pry O-ring from piston. Lubricate inside body barrel with small amount of Molykote111 compound.

and fit replacement o-ring it to piston, making sure it is seated properly in the groove.

O-ring

3

Replace piston. Align tab on underside of cap with hole on pump body noting line-up dowl, then replace and tighten screws.

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Maintenance

Replacing drum seals

Drum seals are color-coded. For safe operation, drum seals must match the color coding of the pump.

Red drum seal Nitrile; use only with red pumps

(oils and petroleum-based liquids)

Blue drum seal

Green drum seal

Black drum seal

Ethylene propylene (EPDM); use only with blue pumps (general purpose chemicals)

Viton; use only with green pumps

(aggressive chemicals and solvents)

Santoprene

®

; for special applications only

(see Compatibility Guide)

Drum seal sizes

Small seal......1.8” (44.4 mm) Medium seal ........2.0 (52.5 mm)

Large seal.....2.25” (56.5 mm)

WARNING: Drum seals must match pump color coding. Replacing a seal with the wrong type may contaminate some types of chemicals or damage the pump which could cause risk of personal injury resulting from exposure to potentially hazardous substances.

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1

To remove old drum seal, ease leading inner edge of drum seal out and over the lip on base of pump body using small flat head screwdriver.

2

Screw seal expander clockwise as far as possible which pushes drum seal down and off pump. For small drum seal, soak bottom of pump with drum seal in hottest water available for 2 - 5 minutes to facilitate removal.

3

Re-tighten seal expander to expose clamp ring. Push drum seal off of pump with clamp ring.

1

Pump lip

3

Clamp ring

Seal

Expander

4

4

Lubricate lip of pump body with Molykote

111 compound. For clean room operations, do not use grease. Soak replacment drum seal in hottest water available for 2 - 5 minutes. Press new drum seal into position. The seal should fit snugly on the lip.

Troubleshooting Guide

Troubleshooting guide for new pump installation

PROBLEM DIAGNOSTIC CHECK SEE PAGE

No fluid is coming out of the tap.

Is the drum seal put firmly on pump body? If the drum seal is not correctly installed, no pressure will build up and therefore, no fluid can be dispensed.

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Are you using the correct fitting for the bung with sufficient teflon tape to prevent air leaks?

Air leaks at any point in the system will prevent it from working.

Is siphon tube installed correctly and attached to the pump body? If the siphon tube has become disconnected from the pump body, no fluid can be dispensed.

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6

If using a very thick fluid in excess of 2000

SSU (thicker than 10W30 oil), you may experience a very slow flow.

A small amount of fluid comes out and then it stops.

The fluid spits

My container bulges

Is the foot piece installed at the bottom end of the siphon tube? If not, the fluid cannot flow freely up through the tube.

If the fluid viscous or oily, use a single siphon tube. Air can enter the fluid stream at connection points with a standard siphon tube set-up and cause spitting.

Containers need to be able to withstand up to

10 PSI or need to be put in a systems with external support.

The pump leaks from the tap when

I dispense fluids.

The pump leaks from the tap when

I am not dispensing fluids.

Use less pressure.

Check compatibility between the pump and the fluid to ensure they will work correctly together. If you are using the wrong pump, this failure will take place in 2 - 4 weeks. See website for latest compatibility information.

Check compatibility between the pump and the fluid to ensure they will work correctly together. If you are using the wrong pump, this failure will take place in 2 - 4 weeks. See website for latest compatibility information.

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Troubleshooting Guide

Troubleshooting guide for existing installation

PROBLEM DIAGNOSTIC CHECK SEE PAGE

No fluid is coming Raise main body piston and let it go. If it out of the tap.

drops without pushing, replace the main body piston o-ring.

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Conduct a pressure test to see if there is resistance in the non-return valve (check valve). If there is no resistance, the non-return valve has failed. Replace the main pump body/manifold.

5

Is siphon tube installed correctly and attached to the pump body? If the siphon tube has become disconnected from the pump body, no fluid can be dispensed.

The pump leaks from the tap when and replace tap o-ring. See below for more

I dispense fluids.

Purchase replacement o-ring/tap washer kit diagnostics.

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The pump leaks

I am not dispensing fluids.

Purchase replacement o-ring/tap washer kit from the tap when and replace tap washer. See below for more diagnostics.

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1

Main piston does not have any resistance

- To repair, replace main piston o-ring

2

Tap leaks when open

- To repair, replace tap o-ring

3

Tap leaks when closed but pressurized

- To repair, replace o-ring

4

Tap leaks when closed but pressurized

-To repair, replace tap washer

5

Fluid comes out and is found on container

-To repair, call supplier for repair or replacement

Replacement o-ring kits are available from your dealer to correct most situations.

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Parts Breakdown

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Parts Breakdown

GT 100 Pump:

Oils & petroleum-based liquids

Listed substances are suitable for use with

GT 100 pumps. Before use, read and observe all warnings and cautions below, and in the

Operation

Manual. To check for the most recently updated listings, please visit our web site at www.GoatThroat.com.

Pump Compatibility Guide

TGT 100 (red pump with Nitrile seal)

GT 200 (blue pump with EPDM seal)

GT 200S (blue pump with Santoprene seal)

GT 300 (green pump with Viton seal)

Document date: 17 June 2008

ACB - 30

Acetamide

Acetic Acid up to 25%

Acetylene

AGRITOX

Aircraft Soap

Allyl Alcohol

Aluminium Acetate

Aluminium Bromide

Aluminium Chloride 20%

Aluminium Fluoride 20%

Aluminium Nitrate

Aluminium Salts

Aluminium Sulfate 10%

Alums- NH3-Cr-K

Ammonium Carbonate 10%

Ammonium Dibasic

Ammonium Monobasic

Ammonium Nitrate

Ammonium Phosphate

(Di, Tri, & Mono)

Ammonium Salts

Ammonium Sulfate

Ammonium Sulphide

Amyl- Borate

Animal Fats

Arsenic Acid

ASE-60

Automatic Transmission

Fluid

Baking Soda

BAND-ADE Sawing Fluid

Barium Chloride

Barium Hydroxide

Barium Salts

BAYTAN C Flowable seed dressing

Beet Sugar Liquors

Black Sulphate Liquors

BLAZER

Bordeaux Mixture

(Copper Sulfate Salt)

Boric Acid

Boron Fluids

Brine

BRODAL

BRYTOFA

BUGMASTER FLO

Bunker Oil

Butane (LPG)

Butane (LPG)

Butter

Butyl Amine

Butyl Carbitol

Butylene

Calcium Acetate

Calcium Bisulfide

Calcium Carbonate (Chalk)

Calcium Chloride (Brine)

Calcium Cyanide

Calcium Hydroxide

Calcium Nitrate

Calcium Phosphate

Calcium Salts

Calcium Silicate

Calcium Sulfide

Calcium Sulphite

CALIBRATION FLUID 4113

Cane Sugar Liquors

Carbitol

Carbon Dioxide

Carbon Monoxide

Carbonic Acid

Castor Oil

Caustic Potash Lye

Caustic Soda Up to 40%

Caustic Soda up to 60%

Cetane

China Wood Oil

Chrome Alum

Chrome Plating Solutions

Chromic Oxide.88

WT.%,aqueous

Citric Acid

Cobalt Chloride

Coconut Oil

Cod Liver Oil

Coffee

COOLANOL

Copper Chloride

Copper Cyanide

Copper Salts

Copper Sulfate 5% Solution

Corn Oil

Cottonseed Oil

Creosote, Coal Tar

Cutting Oil

D120

D140

De-icing Fluid

Denatured Alcohol

Detergents

Developing Fluids (photo)

Dextron

Diacetone

Diethylene Glycol

Diisobutylene

Distilled Water

DIURON FLOWABLE

DODINE FLOWABLE

DOT Brake Fluid

Dry Cleaning Fluid

DTE Light oil

Engine Oil

ESI-CRYL 11

Ethane

Ethanol

Ethanol 95%

Ethanolamine

Ethyl Cyclopentane ethyl ether

Ethyl Silicate

Ethylene Diamine

Ethylene Glycol

Fatty Acids

Ferric Chloride

Ferric Nitrate

FLUOMETURON FLOW-

ABLE

FOLICUR 250 EW

FOLICUR 430 SC

FORMULA 517

FORMULA 520

FORMULA 538

Fuel Oil

Gallic Acid

Gelatin

Glucose

Glycerin

Glycols

Green Sulfate Liquor

GUSATHION 200 SC

Heavy Water

Hexyl Alcohol

Hydraulic Fluid

Hydraulic Oils (Petroleum)

Hydrazine

Hydroquinone

Isododecane

Isooctane

Isopropanol

Isopropyl Alcohol

Isopropyl Ether

Lactic Acid

Lard

LARVIN 375

List continues on next page —>

(1) Test pump before use

(2) Wash pump after use

WARNING: Do not use with the following substances:

• Jaguar • Morpholine • Tigrex

* CAPITAL LETTERS denote brand names. All brand name trademarks and registered trademarks are the property of their respective corporations.

1GT100-PCG-0608A

GT 100 Pump:

Oils & petroleum-based liquids

Listed substances are suitable for use with

GT 100 pumps. Before use, read and observe all warnings and cautions below, and in the

Operation

Manual. To check for the most recently updated listings, please visit our web site at www.GoatThroat.com.

Pump Compatibility Guide

TGT 100 (red pump with Nitrile seal)

GT 200 (blue pump with EPDM seal)

GT 200S (blue pump with Santoprene seal)

GT 300 (green pump with Viton seal)

Document date: 17 June 2008

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Lead Acetate

Lead Nitrate

LEAFEX

LEGUMEX

Light Grease

Lime Bleach

Lubricating Oils

(Petroleum)

Magnesium Chloride

Magnesium Hydroxide

Magnesium Salts

Magnesium Sulfate

Magnesium Sulphite

MALATHION

Malic Acid

MCPA

MCPA 375 SALT

MCPA LVE 500

Mercuric Chloride

(Dilute Solu)

Methane

Mild R362

Milk

Mineral Oil

Monoethanolamine

Monovinyl Acetylene

MRW-2560D

Neatsfoot Oil

Neon

NEVADA ALL PURPOSE

CI/DEGREASER

Nickel Acetate

Nickel Chloride

Nickel Sulfate

N-Octane

N-Pentane

Octadecane

Octagon PD 680

Octyl-Alcohol

O-Dichlorobenzene

Olive Oil

OMALA OIL 220

Oxalic Acid (Cold)

OXAMIN LO

Palmitic Acid

PANOCTINE

Peanut Oil

Pentane 2 Methyl

Pentane 2-4 Dimethyl

Penthane 3 Methyl

Petroleum

Pine Oil

Plating Solutions: Antimony

Plating Solutions: Arsenic

Plating Solutions: Brass

Plating Solutions: Bronze

Plating Solutions: Cadmium

Plating Solutions: Copper

Plating Solutions: Gold

Plating Solutions: Indium

Plating Solutions: Iron

Plating Solutions: Lead

Plating Solutions: Nickel

Plating Solutions: Silver

Plating Solutions: Tin

Plating Solutions: Zinc

Polyvinyl Acetate Emulsion

Potassium Acetate

Potassium Borate

Potassium Bromate

Potassium Bromide

Potassium Chloride

Potassium Cupro Cyanide

Potassium Cyanide

Solutions

Potassium Dichromate

Potassium Nitrate

Potassium Salts

Potassium Sulfate

PRIMAL ASE-60

Propane (Liquified) (LPG)

Propylene Glycol

QUINTOZENE FLOWABLE

RAXIL C

Flowable seed dressing

ROVRAL AQUAFLO

ROVRAL LIQUID

ROVRAL LIQUID S.D.

Sal Ammoniac

Salicylic Acid

Sea Water

SEMEVIN 500 P

SENCOR 480 SC

Silicone Greases

Silicone Oils

Silver Nitrate

Soda Ash

(Sodium Carbonate)

Sodium Acetate

Sodium Bicarbonate

(Baking Soda)

Sodium Bisulfate

Sodium Bisulfite

Sodium Borate

Sodium Chloride (Salt)

Sodium Cyanide

Sodium Hydroxide

(20% Solution)

Sodium Hydroxide

(50% Solution)

Sodium Metaphosphate

Sodium Nitrate

Sodium Peroxide

Sodium Phosphate

Sodium Phosphate,

Monobasic

Sodium Phosphate, Tribasic

Sodium Salts

Sodium Silicate

Sodium Sulfide

Sodium Sulphate

Sodium Sulphite

Sodium Thiosulphate

(Hypo)

Sorbitan Monolaurate

Polyoxethylene

Soybean Oil

SPIN FLOWABLE

Stannic Chloride

Stannous Chloride

STEN ERASE

Sucrose Solution

Tannic Acid

Tartaric Acid

TERIC GN9

Transformer Oil

Transmission Fluid Type A

Tung Oil

Turbine Oil

Turbo Oil

TWEEN 20

Urea

Varnish

Vegetable Oils

W 3635 E

W 3671 B

Water

White Oil

Wine and Whiskey

Wood Oil

X77

Xenon

Zinc Acetate

Zinc Chloride

Zinc Salts

Zinc Sulfate

(1) Test pump before use

(2) Wash pump after use

WARNING: Do not use with the following substances:

• Jaguar • Morpholine • Tigrex

* CAPITAL LETTERS denote brand names. All brand name trademarks and registered trademarks are the property of their respective corporations.

1GT100-PCG-0608A

GT 200 Pump:

General purpose chemicals

Listed substances are suitable for use with

GT 200 pumps. Before use, read and observe all warnings and cautions below, and in the

Operation

Manual. To check for the most recently updated listings, please visit our web site at www.GoatThroat.com.

Pump Compatibility Guide

GT 100 (red pump with Nitrile seal)

TGT 200 (blue pump with EPDM seal)

GT 200S (blue pump with Santoprene seal)

GT 300 (green pump with Viton seal)

Document date: 17 June 2008

ACB - 30

Acetaldehyde

Acetamide

Acetonitrile

Acetophenone

Acetyl Acetone

Acetylene Tetrabromide

Acrylonitrile (Vinyl Cyanide)

Aircraft Soap

Aluminium Acetate

Aluminium Bromide

Aluminium Chloride 20%

Aluminium Fluoride 20%

Aluminium Nitrate

Aluminium Sulfate 10%

Alums- NH3-Cr-K

Ammonium Carbonate 10%

Ammonium Chloride

Ammonium Hydroxide

Ammonium Nitrate

Ammonium Persulfate

Ammonium Phosphate(

Di, Tri, & Mono)

Ammonium Sulfate

Ammonium Sulphide

Amyl -Alcohol

Anhydrous Ammonia

Anhydrous Hydrazine

Anhydrous Hydrogen

Fluoride

Animal Fats

Anti Freeze (glycol)

ARMOR ALL PROTECTANT

Arsenic Acid

Automotive Brake Fluid

BAND-ADE Sawing Fluid

Barium Chloride

Barium Hydroxide

Barium Sulfide

BAYCOR 300

BAYFIDAN 250 EC

Beer

Beet Sugar Liquors

Benzochloride

Black Sulphate Liquors

Borax (Sodium Borate)

Bordeaux Mixture (Copper

Sulfate Salt)

Boric Acid

Brake Fluid (non-petroleum)

Brine

Butanol

Butter

Butyl Acetate

Butyl Alcohol

Butyl Carbitol

Butyl Cellosolve

Butyl Cellosolve Adipate

Butyric Acid

Calcine Liquors

Calcium Acetate

Calcium Carbonate (Chalk)

Calcium Chloride (Brine)

Calcium Hydroxide

Calcium Nitrate

Calcium Sulfide

Calcium Thiosulphate

Cane Sugar Liquors

Carbitol

Carbon Monoxide

Carbonic Acid

Castor Oil

Caustic Potash

Cellosolve Butyl

Celluguard

Chloroacetone

Chrome Alum

Chromic Acid 5%

Citric Acid

Cod Liver Oil

Coffee

Coliche Liquors

Copper Acetate

Copper Chloride

Copper Cyanide

Copper Sulfate 5% Solution

CORRECT 100 EC

Cottonseed Oil

D101

D105

D108

D111

D155

De-icing Fluid

Denatured Alcohol

DESTROYER 115

Detergents

Developing Fluids (photo)

Diacetone Alcohol

Dibutyl Phthalate

Diethylamine

Diethylene Glycol

Diisopropyl Ketone

Diisopropylamine

Dimethylisopropylamine

Dioctyle Phthalate

DIPTEREX 500 SL

Distilled Water

DOT Brake Fluid

Dow Corning Silane

EASISOLV 120

EASISOLV 701

Epoxy Resins

Ethanol

Ethanolamine

Ethyl Acetoacetate

Ethyl Alcohol

Ethyl Chloride

Ethyl Oxalate

Ethyl Silicate

Ethylene Chlorohydrin

Ethylene Diamine

Ethylene Glycol

Ethylene Oxide, Liquid

Ethylmorpholine Stannous

Ferric Chloride

Ferric Nitrate

Fluorolube

FOLICUR 250 EC

FOLIMAT 800

FORMULA 540

FORMULA 560

FORMULA 570

FS FORMULA 10184

Furfural

Furfuraldehyde

Furylcarbinol

Gallic Acid

Gelatin

Glucose

Gluearaldehyde

Glycerin

Glycols

Green Sulfate Liquor

HFE-7000

HFE-7100

HFE-7200

HFE-7300

HFE-7500

HFE-7600

HFE-7800

Hydrazine

Hydrobromic Acid

Hydrogen Sulfide

(Wet) (Cold)

Hydrogen Sulfide

(Wet) (Hot)

Hydroquinone

Isobutyl Alcohol

Isobutyl-n-Butyrate

Isopropanol

Isopropyl Alcohol

Lactams- Amino Acids

Lactic Acid

List continues on next page —>

(1) Test pump before use

(2) Wash pump after use

WARNING: Do not use with the following substances:

• Jaguar • Morpholine • Tigrex

All liquids compatible with GT 200 (EPDM) except those marked “must use GT 200S” (Santoprene).

* CAPITAL LETTERS denote brand names. All brand name trademarks and registered trademarks are the property of their respective corporations.

GT200-PCG-0608A

GT 200 Pump:

General purpose chemicals

Listed substances are suitable for use with

GT 200 pumps. Before use, read and observe all warnings and cautions below, and in the

Operation Manual. To check for the most recently updated listings, please visit our web site at www.GoatThroat.com.

Pump Compatibility Guide

GT 100 (red pump with Nitrile seal)

TGT 200 (blue pump with EPDM seal)

GT 200S (blue pump with Santoprene seal)

GT 300 (green pump with Viton seal)

Document date: 17 June 2008

<— List continued from previous page

LE - MAT

Lead Acetate

Lead Nitrate

Lead Sulfamate

Lime Bleach

Lime Sulpur

Magnesium Chloride

Magnesium Hydroxide

Magnesium Salts

Magnesium Sulfate

Maleic Acid

Malic Acid

MCPA

MCPA 375 SALT

MCPA LVE 500

Mercuric Chloride

(Dilute Solu)

Methalated Spirits

Methamidos

Methane

Methyl Alcohol

Methyl Butyl Ketone

Methyl Cyanide

Methyl Mercaptan

MICRO-BLAZE

MICRO-BLAZE FOG

Milk

Monoethanolamine

Monoethylene

Monovinyl Acetylene

N-Butyl Benzoate

N-Butyl Butyrate

NEVADA RED DEGREASER

NEVADA YELLOW

DEGREASER

Nickel Acetate

Nickel Chloride

Nickel Sulfate

NITOFOL

N-Methyl-2pyrrolidone

Novec HFE 7600

Novec HFE 7800

Novec HFE-7000

Novec HFE-7100

Novec HFE-7200

Novec HFE-7300

Novec HFE-7500

N-Propyl Acetone

Oxalic Acid (Cold)

Pantendiol

Petroleum

Phosphorous Trichloride

Acid

Plating Solutions:

Chrome

PNB

Polyvinyl Acetate Emulsion

Potassium Acetate

Potassium Chloride

Potassium Cupro Cyanide

Potassium Cyanide

Solutions

Potassium Dichromate

Potassium Hydroxide

Potassium Hydroxide 60%

Potassium Nitrate

Potassium Sulfate

Propyl Alcohol

Propylene Glycol

P-Tertiary Butyl Catechol

Rapeseed Oil

Roots 1-2-3

Sal Ammoniac

Salicylic Acid

SANTICIZER

Sea Water

Silicone Greases

Silicone Oils

Silver Nitrate

Soap Solutions

Soda Ash

(Sodium Carbonate)

Sodium Acetate

Sodium Bicarbonate

(Baking Soda)

Sodium Bisulfate

Sodium Bisulfite

Sodium Borate

Sodium Carbonate

Sodium Chloride (Salt)

Sodium Cyanide

Sodium Hydroxide

(20% Solution)

Sodium Hydroxide

(50% Solution)

Sodium Hydroxide

(80% Solution)

Sodium Hypochlorite

(to 15%)

Sodium Metaphosphate

Sodium Nitrate

Sodium Perborate

Sodium Peroxide

Sodium Phosphate

Sodium Phosphate,

Monobasic

Sodium Phosphate, Tribasic

Sodium Silicate

Sodium Sulfide

Sodium Sulphate

Sodium Sulphite

Sodium Thiosulphate

(Hypo)

Soybean Oil

Stannic Chloride

Sucrose Solution

Sulfurous Acid

Sulphur Hexafluoride

SURF -80

Tartaric Acid

Tera Bromoethane

Toluene Diisocyanate

TOUGH 450 EC

Triacetin

Triaryl Phosphate

Tributoxy Ethyl Phosphate

Tricresylphosphate

Triethanol Amine

Trioctyl Phosphate

Tripoly Phosphate

TruBlue Deoderizer

Vaporene

Vegetable Oils

Vertrel Solvents (Dupont)

Vinegar

Water

Wine and Whiskey

Zeolites

ZEP Protect-ALL

Zinc Acetate

Zinc Chloride

Zinc Sulfate

(1) Test pump before use

(2) Wash pump after use

WARNING: Do not use with the following substances:

• Jaguar • Morpholine • Tigrex

All liquids compatible with GT 200 (EPDM) except those marked “must use GT 200S” (Santoprene).

* CAPITAL LETTERS denote brand names. All brand name trademarks and registered trademarks are the property of their respective corporations.

GT200-PCG-0608A

GT 200S Pump:

Liquids compatible with Santoprene

Listed substances are suitable for use with

GT 200S pumps. Before use, read and observe all warnings and cautions below, and in the

Operation Manual. To check for the most recently updated listings, please visit our web site at www.GoatThroat.com.

Pump Compatibility Guide

GT 100 (red pump with Nitrile seal)

GT 200 (blue pump with EPDM seal)

TGT 200S (blue pump with Santoprene seal)

GT 300 (green pump with Viton seal)

Document date: 17 June 2008

Acetic Acid 10%

Acetic Acid 25 - 85% -

Special Pump with Viton

Acetic Anhydride

Acetone

May require change of tap o-rings regularly

Acetonitrile

Acetylene

Acrylonitrile (Vinyl Cyanide)

Aircraft Soap

Aluminium Chloride 20%

Aluminium Sulfate 10%

Alums- NH3-Cr-K

Ammonium Carbonate 10%

Ammonium Chloride

Ammonium Hydroxide

Ammonium Nitrate

Ammonium Phosphate

(Di, Tri, & Mono)

Ammonium Sulfate

Amyl- Acetate

Amyl -Alcohol

Aniline

Arsenic Acid

Baking Soda

Barium Hydroxide

Beer

Benzoic Acid

Borax (Sodium Borate)

Boric Acid

Butane (LPG)

Butyl Acetate

Butyric Acid

Calcium Chloride (Brine)

Calcium Hydroxide

Calcium Hypochlorite

Carbon Monoxide

Caustic Potash Lye

Caustic Soda Up to 40%

Caustic Soda up to 60%

Chloroacetone

Chrome Alum

Citric Acid

Copper Chloride

Copper Sulfate 5% Solution

De-icing Fluid

Destroyer 115

Dibutyl Phthalate

Diethyl Sebacate

Dimethyl Formamide

Dimethylformamide

Distilled Water

DOT Brake Fluid

Dow Corning Silane

Dry Cleaning Fluid

EASISOLV 120

EASISOLV 701

Ethanol

Ethyl Acetate

Ethyl Alcohol

Ethylene Chlorohydrin

Ethylene Glycol

Ethylene Oxide, Liquid

Ferric Chloride

Formaldehyde

Formic Acid

FS FORMULA 10184

Glucose

Glycerin

Glycols

Hydrazine

Hydrobromic Acid

Hydrocyanic Acid

Hydrogen Peroxide 35%

Hydrogen Sulfide

(Wet) (Cold)

Isopropanol

Isopropyl Alcohol

Lactic Acid

Lead Acetate

LUV

Magnesium Chloride

Magnesium Hydroxide

Magnesium Salts

Magnesium Sulfate

Mercuric Chloride

(Dilute Solu)

Methyl Alcohol

Methyl Butyl Ketone

Methyl Ethyl Ketone

May require change of tap o-rings regularly

Methyl Salicylate

Milk

Millenium Clean

Nickel Sulfate

Nitric Acid 5-10% Solution

Nitrobenzene

N-Methyl-2pyrrolidone

Oleic Acid

Oxalic Acid (Cold)

Palmitic Acid

Phosphoric Acid (to 40%

Solution)

Phosphoric Acid-20%

Phosphoric Acid-45%

Phosphorous Trichloride

Acid

Potassium Borate

Potassium Bromate

Potassium Bromide

Potassium Chloride

Potassium Cyanide

Solutions

Potassium Dichromate

Potassium Hydroxide 60%

Potassium Sulfate

Propylene Glycol

SAFETY PAL

Sea Water

Silicone Greases

Silver Nitrate

Soap Solutions

Sodium Bicarbonate

(Baking Soda)

Sodium Bisulfate

Sodium Bisulfite

Sodium Borate

Sodium Carbonate

Sodium Chloride (Salt)

Sodium Hydroxide

(20% Solution)

Sodium Hydroxide

(50% Solution)

Sodium Hypochlorite

(to 15%)

Sodium Hypochlorite

(to 5%)

Sodium Lauryl Sulfate

(dodecyl sulfate 70%)

Sodium Nitrate

Sodium Phosphate

Sodium Sulfide

Sodium Sulphate

Stannous Chloride

Stearic Acid

Tannic Acid

Tartaric Acid

Thinners

Triethanol Amine

TruBlue Deoderizer

Urea

Vinegar

Water

Wine and Whiskey

Zinc Chloride

Zinc Salts

Zinc Sulfate

(1) Test pump before use

(2) Wash pump after use

WARNING: Do not use with the following substances:

• Jaguar • Morpholine • Tigrex

All liquids compatible with GT 200 (EPDM) except those marked “must use GT 200S” (Santoprene).

* CAPITAL LETTERS denote brand names. All brand name trademarks and registered trademarks are the property of their respective corporations.

GT200S-PCG-0608A

GT 300 Pump:

Pump Compatibility Guide

Aggressive chemicals & solvents

Listed substances are suitable for use with

GT 300 pumps. Before use, read and observe all warnings and cautions below, and in the

Operation Manual. To check for the most recently updated listings, please visit our web site at www.GoatThroat.com.

GT 100 (red pump with Nitrile seal)

GT 200 (blue pump with EPDM seal)

GT 200S (blue pump with Santoprene seal)

• TGT 300 (green pump with Viton seal)

BULLDOCK 8 UL

Bunker Oil

Butadiene

Butane (LPG)

Butter

Butyl Acetyl Rincinoleate

Butyl Amine

Butyl Oleate

Butyl Stearate

Butylene

Butyric Acid

Calcium Hypochlorite

Calibration Fluid

Carbamate

Carbolic Acid

Carbon Bisulfide

Carbon Disulphide

Caustic Potash Lye

Caustic Soda Up to 40%

Cellosolve Acetate

CHLORDANE

Chlorextol

Chlorinated Salt Brine

Chlorine

Chlorine (Wet)

Chlorobenzene (Mono)

Chlorobutadiene

Chlorododecane

Chloroform

2,4-D Ester 800

Acetamide

Acetic AcidAcetylene

Acetylene Tetrabromide

ACTICIDE 14

ACTICIDE A2

ACTRIL DS

ALBAROL

Alpha Cypermethryn

Ammonium Persulfate

Amyl Naphthalene

Aniline Hydrochloride 20%

Aniline Oil

Automatic Transmission Fluid

Barium Chloride

BARREL

BAYLETON 125 EC

Benzenesulfonic Acid 10%

Benzoic Acid

Benzyl Alcohol

Benzyl Benzoate

Benzyl Chloride

Biodiesel

BIOPREP

BLUE DRESSING

Boric Acid

Bromine

Bromine- Water

Bromobenzene

Bromochloro Trifluoroethane

Brulin 850

BUCTRIL 200

BUCTRIL MA

BULLDOCK 25 EC

Chlorotoluene

Creosote, Coal Tar

Cresol

Cresylic Acid

Cumene

Cutting Oil

Cyclohexane

Cyclohexanol

D160

Decalin (Deklin)

Decane

Demeton-S-Methyl

DESTROYER SX SERIES

DETER

DIAZINON 800

Dibromomethyl Benzene

Dichloro Butane

Diesel Fuel

Di-ester Synthetic Lubricants

DIMENSION EC

DIMENSION EW

Dioctyle Phthalate

Dipentene

Diphenyl

Diphenyl Oxide

D-Limonene

DOT Brake Fluid

Dry Cleaning Fluids

ENDOSULFAN

ENDOSULFAN ULV

ENVIRONALL

Ethyl Benzene

Ethyl Benzoate

Ethyl Bromide

Ethyl Cellulose

Ethyl Chloride

Ethyl Chlorocarbonate

Ethyl Formate

Ethyl Pentochlorobenzene

Ethylene Chloride

Ethylene Dibromide

Ethylene Dichloride

Ethylene Oxide, Liquid

Fenamiphos

FOLIDOL M500

Formaldehyde

Formic Acid

FORMULA 537

FORMULA 575

Freon 113

FUEL DOCTOR

Fumaric Acid

Furfural Alcohol

Gasoline

Glaubers Salt

Glycol Ether

GREEN SENSE FRAGRANCE

GUSATHION A LIQUID

Halothane

Halowax Oil

HELOTHION EC

Hexane

Hexene

Hexyl Alcohol

HFE Fluids Azeotropes

[3M/Novec]

Hydrochloric Acid

Hydrofluoric acid

Hydrofluosilicic Acid

Hydrogen Peroxide

INTRICUT 217

Iodine (in Alcohol)

Isopropyl Chloride

Isothiozol

J-SPRAY

Kerosene

KILVAL

Kordek 50C

LARVIN LV

Lavender Oil

LEBAYCID

Lime Sulpur

Linoleic Acid

Linseed Oil

Lubricating Oils (Petroleum)

Macro-Sorb

MALDISON 500

Maleic Anhydride

MARLIN

METASYSTOX

Methyl Bromide

Methyl Chloroformate

Methyl D-Bromide

Methyl Oleate

Methylcyclopentane

Methylene Chloride

MOMENTUM

Monobromobenzene

Monochlorobenzene

Monomethyl Aniline

Muriatic Acid

Naptha

Napthalene

Napthenic Acid

NAXCAT MOD ACID

NEMACUR 400 EC

NEVADA BLUE DRESSING

NEVADA PINK SOAP

Neville Acid

Nitric Acid to 65%

Nitrobenzene

NOVEC (3M) Azeotropes

O-Chlorophenol

Octachlorotoluene

OFTANOL TURF

Oleic Acid

Orthochloro Ethyl Benzene

Paraffin Oil

Parathion Ethyl Methyl

P-Cymene

P-Dichlorobenzene

Penair Mil-C-85590

Perchloric Acid 72%

Perchloroethylene

Phenol (Carbolic Acid)

Phenylbenzene

* CAPITAL LETTERS denote brand names. All brand name trademarks and registered trademarks are the property of their respective corporations.

Document date: 17 June 2008

Phorone

Phosphoric Acid

Phosphorous Trichloride Acid

Picric Acid

Pinene

PRESS WASH 103 (CMG)

Propane (Liquified) (LPG)

Propyl Alcohol

Propylene

Prothiofos

Proxel GL

Pyroligneous Acid

Pyrolubo

Rapeseed Oil

ROGOR 400

ROOTS 1-2-3

ROUNDUP

SEQUESTRIAN 30 A

Silicate Esters

Sodium Hypochlorite (to 15%)

Sodium Hypochlorite (to 5%)

Sodium Xylene Sulphonate

STAIN (MH)

Stearic Acid

STEN ERASE

Sulfur Chloride

Sulfuric Acid )

Sulphur Liquors

SUPRACIDE

Tera Bromoethane

Tergitol (Dow)

Terpineol

Tertiary Butyl Alcohol

Tetrabutyl Titanate

Tetrachloroethane

Tetrachloroethylene

Tetraethyl Lead

Tetraline

Titanium Tetrachloride

TOKUTHION

Toluene

TOP COAT (AU SANCURE)

TOTRIL

Transmission Fluid Type A

Trichloroethylene

TRIDAN

TRIMEC 992

TRUBLUE Deoderizer

TRUEX 70 SERIES

Turpentine

Urea

UV-396 (UV-300)

Varnish

Vesene 100 Dow

Water

White Oil

White Pine Oil

Zep- Brakewash

ZEP Carb X

Zep L.D. Red (Liquid)

ZEP Lubenze Omni

Zep True Blitz

Your is Guaranteed to Work.

If you have any questions about its operation, or if it fails to meet your expectations, please call your dealer.

This pump is repairable. Do not throw it away.

© 2008 Westcott Distribution, Inc. All rights reserved.

www.goatthroat.com

Telephone: +1 646.486.3636

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